The Most Curious Customer Feedback Survey I Have Ever Seen

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    So many questions about this sign. Why are there two sets of yes and no buttons? Am i part of "we" or was i supposed to get consensus in the bathroom before i entered my opinion? Where do the results go? Are they stored electrically? Why does anyone care about approval for this particular rest area? Why does every sign not have feedback buttons? At a rest stop on highway 40 outside of Gallup, New Mexico.

    1. xepht 75 months ago | reply

      wow. WOW. i want to know the results. also what the bathroom situation was like...

    2. boltron- 75 months ago | reply

      me too! the bathroom situation was alright. it wasn't great, but it didn't stink or anything.

    3. Compila Hosting 62 months ago | reply

      Hi

      Great Photo, a strange one!! Thank you for sharing, I have used it on my Latest Blog here;

      www.compila.com/blog/online-marketing/using-online-survey...

      Regards

      Harvey

    4. eraniapinnera 37 months ago | reply

      Hi Nate,

      thank you for sharing this image with CC license.
      I put it on my blog ;)

      Cheers!
      Stef.

    5. lubbe036 22 months ago | reply

      Thanks for using creative commons! We are using this fantastic photo on our open-access social sciences website to illustrate a post on the media's misrepresentation of "public opinion." You can check it out at thesocietypages.org/citings/2013/05/08/an-opinion-on-publ... where it is attributed and linked back to this page. Thanks again! Carolyn Lubben

    6. massimopaolini 15 months ago | reply

      Great image. I used it on my post Website Survey Tips. The post will be published on December 03, 2013.

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